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florida a chance to count the votes before they had given the florida courts a chance to sort out the issue. then i didn't think after having decided that they disapproved of the way it was being done, they would have said florida esn't get achan to continue under the right standards. >> charlie: so just to understand you, so i mean you were surprised because they did do all those things. would you normally... knowing what you now know, would you have made a different argument? >> no, i don't think you could make a different argument. i don't think so. i think if you read the reporting that has been done after the fact where judges, justices' clerks were interviewed and the like, i don't thinkthat there was a dierent argume thacould be made. particularly in the context that, remember, five justices voted to stop the vote counting. before there was even an argument, before any briefs were filed in the supreme court. the briefing and the argument came after the saturday afternoon decision to stop the vote-counting. so once they had taken that step, i think it was an uphill battle. i
nelson of florida said the goal is to combine the sig mining and deflecting them. >>> one house was recently torn down giving us a new look at the deadly disaster, and what is even scarier, the 20-foot wide hole, and thousands of sinkholes open up in florida alone, and another sinkhole growing under another family's home, and it's two feet wide in 2011 now it's threatening to get bigger. and alexandra steele is here to explain these two us. how do they form? >> there is one culprit. it's the limestone, that's the type of rock, you see grass and soil and rock. and that rock is very porous. and that rock with water can move. rain falls down, and that rain water becomes acidic, and that acidic water eats away at the limestone. think of a sponge and all the holes get bigger and bigger and bigger and that cannot support the weight of the home above it and thus the sinkhole. those pictures are hard to see and this is a clear one. this is florida, and you can see how it developed. the making of a sinkhole, where are they common? florida, of course. a lot of places in the southeast. why
in florida trying to win a few bucks at the dog track. he ended up in a trailer and today survives on just $250 a week. he has a dire warning for new lottery winners. >> it can happen to all of you people. so don't let it happen. >> and these winners are listening, because they're terrifying of also losing it all, becoming victims of that lottery curse. >> my biggest fear is going broke. >> she is a single mom who made just $25,000 a year working for the state of missouri. she struggled to feed and clothe her three kids, while at the same time making mortgage payments on this house. it all changed in 2006, when a co-worker asked if she wanted to join the office lottery pool. >> that was the first time i bought a lottery ticket with my fellow employees. my first time playing, and it won. >> splitting her winnings with 12 of her co-worker, sandra took home a little under $7 million. this is where she lives now. but because she knows what it's life to live hand to mouth, she wants to do something to protect her fortune. her idea start a business. >> i would love to design shoes for women over
. florida's republican senator marco rubio managed a world wind media blitz appearing on seven programs. tracie potts has more from washington. good morning. >> good morning, everyone. he's part of that g-8 here. gang of eight coming up with a new immigration bill that we expect to be introduced on tuesday, tomorrow. it is not amnesty rubio argued on those talk shows over the weekend. a compassionate but responsible way of dealing with the 11 million people who came here illegally and we saw some of their supporters out on the mall last week pushing for immigration reform but there are still concerns especially by conservatives that this was for more low wage workers into the system and that the border is not being dealt with first. let's also turn to gun control because that's another issue the senate is expected to deal with. likely a vote by wednesday or thursday on this compromise crafted by democrat joe manchin and republican at that time toomey. there is still conservative opposition. if this passes it could be a tight one. conservatives concerned about loopholes and about the fac
of florida, his similar philosophy and economic programs created a thriving state economy where 1.4 million new net jobs were added during his time in office. there are other fundamentally important issues where the two men match; stemming the rise of health care, improving education through accountability and school choice, and as i'm sure we'll hear some more this morning, addressing the vital issues involving immigration that affect all of us. these are all issues addressed by ronald reagan years ago that continue to resonate as important topics in our lives. ones in which governor bush has demonstrated much-needed leadership today. it is for these and many other reasons that jeb bush stands as the only republican governor in the history of the state of florida to be reelected to office. he hails from a family that has gone out of their way to extend warmth and support to mrs. reagan, and all of us at the reagan library over the years. let us extend that warmth to him. ladies and gentlemen, please join me in welcoming governor jeb bush. [applause] >> very kind. really honored to be here.
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or so before we had to go to florida. not a lot of campaign cash at that point. this was late in the primary. we had raise and spent a lot of money. remember, you can't spend the general election money. the super pac outspent in florida by probably 10 to 1. you can say that had a big impact in the state of florida for governor romney winning florida. >> right. a lot of that was also taking out gingrich. 90% of that was negative. >> sure. >> what was the worst moment for you? was it june when you realized that spencer, in the month of may, it outraised you for may be going the second time barack obama whole history in presidential politics? were you surprised you got beat? >> yes, it was like a punch in the gut. we're used to winning the money game. when i was invited to speak here, i was so excited to meet spencer. we figured out this money thing. it's a little bit harder this time than 2008. then when they did so amazingly well, -- we're going to have more donors. it was a good lesson. >> i think jim messina described it as a hockey stick, it's going like this and it went l
across parts of of the ohio valley into the florida panhandle. talking about more tornadoes possible damaging gusts as they head east. heather and patty ann possibly producing flash flooding. >> it is time for the 5@5:00. a terrifying hostage situation comes to an end with the gunman shot dead. >> there was an explosion there that was set off by a swat team after several hours of negotiations. then they stormed the gunman's home where evidences holding 4 hostages. officers exchanged fire with the sus speblth. one officer was shot in the hand. the gunman called 911 faking a heart attack. 5 firefighters responded but when they arrived he took them hostage let one go to remove the fire truck. >> i kept looking out the win t doe to obviously see what was going on then you heard it and it was such a relief. >> the gunman was demanding his power cable and cell phone be turned back on. his home was reportedly in foreclosure. >> the american parents accused of kidnapping their own children and sailing off to cuba will make their first court appearance in florida today. joshua and sharon hawk
florida, you're on the air. you're talking with dennis prager. >> caller: i'd like to ask mr. prayinger and his ilk what he just said about truth, why should people believe the bible when that's the biggest novel ever written? who believes the earth is 5,000 years old? how can you follow a book that tells you the world is 5,000 years old and hisclass commentary about the christian schools and the seminary, how does he say something like that and he wants to be honest? i know this man is a right winger, and he wouldn't fifth credit to anybody, but my main question is, why is he so hung up on religion when religion is just a false pretense? answer me -- >> host: all right, louis, we got the response. let get a response. >> guest: okay. first of all, i don't know anybody and i am rather deeply involved in the christian and jewish world who believe the world is 5,000 years old. there are some people who do. i don't give a hoot. i think the universe is 13.7 billion years old. whatever science tells me, and proves, i believe. so it's a nonissue to me. don't read the bible for geology. i read
development for the man accused of murdering trayvon martin. big news from sanford, florida. with the trial just six weeks away. >>> and the fight night down south. mark sanford left his wife for his girlfriend. but it was his political opponent who slapped him down last night. >> when we talk about fiscal spending and we talk about protecting the taxpayers, it opportunity mean you take that money we saved and leave the country for a personal purpose. my mantra? trust your instincts to make the call. to treat my low testosterone, my doctor and i went with axiron, the only underarm low t treatment. axiron can restore t levels to normal in about 2 weeks in most men. axiron is not for use in women or anyone younger than 18 or men with prostate or breast cancer. women, especially those who are or who may become pregnant and children should avoid contact where axiron is applied as unexpected signs of puberty in children or changes in body hair or increased acne in women may occur. report these symptoms to your doctor. tell your doctor about all medical conditions and medications. serious side ef
.n. human rights council. why? why? fair and balanced debate on that next. plus, the state of florida now considering a change to a long standing law that has women's groups up in arms. we'll show you the big change florida is considering when it comes to divorce laws. take up to 6 tylenol in a day or just 2 aleve for all day relief. all aboard. ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] this is a stunning work of technology. ♪ this is the 2013 lexus es and the first-ever es hybrid. this is the pursuit of perfection. >> megyn: fox news alert on one of our top stories in just an hour the u.n. secretary general when asked by fox news condemned the remarks made by the american college professor and u.n. official who thinks america got what it deserved in these attacks on boston. that's a paraphrase but, trust me, he was close to it an official suggesting that america is still making enemies around the world and referring to the people killed in boston marathon's bombings as can a canaries who happened to be the one the resisters decided have to die. joining me to discuss it is david webb host of the siriu
is the future here whether it's running for re-election in florida or also perhaps running for president. he is thinking about this. his staff is thinking about this. the question becomes is during the 2015 and 2016 presidential primary process as to whether or not he's going to be penalized because there's some conservatives out there particularly tea party wing of the party that say 11 million people. this is a path to amnesty whether you want to call it a path to citizenship, whatever you want, it's amnesty. the question becomes is how does he sell that message to the conservative wing of the party. you saw that all day yesterday. >> and as you point out it's that pathway to citizenship and word amnesty that comes up a lot. as we look at deal points for the bill, the bipartisan bill and what we know so far, permanent legal status. pathway to citizenship. increase in high skilled voter visas. the guest worker program. as robert points out, is the biggest concern perception being reality about the pathway to citizenship not being amnesty? >> well, the thing that's going to happen here is th
. and florida has 29. if they were to carry that 242 plus 29, they wouldn't have to carry ohio, nevada, virginia, iowa, new mexico, new hampshire, or anything else. so there's going to be a very big inclination for republicans to nominate somebody from florida, whether its senator rubio or governor bush, i don't know. it may not work out, but they literally are going to have trouble winning anything if they can't win florida. it's the state that the democrat graphics of it are changing rapidly in favorite of the democrats. it will be fascinating. >> james carville, great to see you. >> always glad to talk about presidential politics. i don't care how early it is. we're just junkies. >> nothing but time on our side. >> you bet. >>> two more senators come out in support of marriage equality, including republican mark kirk. but there are still seven democratic holdouts. why they may or may not evolve on that issue, straight ahead. i remember the day my doctor said i had diabetes. there's a lot i had to do... watch my diet. stay active. start insulin... today, i learned there's something i don't hav
. >> ainsley, thank you. it is time for the top 5 at 5:00. yao night two florida boys reunited with their grandparents in florida. the boy's parents accused of kidnapping them and fleeing to cuba. joshua and sharon hakken also in police custody. they took the boys coal and chase from their grandparent's home and sailed to havana. after a massive search cuban authorities spotted the family and turned them over to the u.s. >> right now we are looking forward to getting them in our arms and hugging them and being with them and getting them home where they will be safe again. >> joshua and sharon hakken lost custody last year after a drug bust. they are expected to be booked later this morning on kidnapping charges. >> the legendary blue angles sground -- have been grounded because of budget cuts. they canceled festivals for air shows for the rest of the year. >> i am disappointed as the whole thing is. it is extremely important to recruiting. they inspire young men and women. i was inspired when i was a young boy i was inspired to join the navy and pursue a career in the navy avia
of louisiana and also parts of the florida panhandle. another widespread area that saw sever weather yesterday, 9 reports of tornadoes is what we saw. on the other side of this storm system we are seeing snow reported across parts of the midwest record snow across south dakota. no in parts of south dakota and heaviest concentrated across parts of the great lakes. this is a zone you could be looking at 8-12 inches of snow the marquette area in the u.p. area of michigan parts of new york and new england a wintery mix. be careful on the roadways as you head out to work. we have a number of winter weather advisorys in effect. the severe weather risk parts of north carolina and southeastern virginia through out the afternoon hours today. this is currently a tornado watch in raleigh and north carolina. we see more tornadic activity from the storms as they push eastward. keep that in mind parts of south carolina and north carolina still under a tornado risk. you are looking at heavy rain. flash flooding is a concern out here across parts of the carolinas through the morning hours. heather, patti ann
. in 28 counties in florida 77 percent people pled guilty. many after arrest can spend months in jail. this is becoming more and more evident as prosecutors raise the stakes. we have seen more crimes increase in terms of severity. as a result of this more cases are settling through plea bargains but not necessarily because they are guilty but they have no choice. they are often handled by poorly paid inexperienced lawyers. very rarely are new trials granted. even here in san francisco we have struggled to fill three investigators positions for the last six months and we have hundreds of cases that need the attention of an investigator. so today we are going to study the aftermath of gideon and discuss what has to happen in order to fix it. i want to thank everyone who has made today so possible, all of you for being here. i want to thank or sponsors, kicker and van ness and jim and douglas and maratel and investigations. i would like to thank all the volunteers who made this possible. kathy, angela and everyone else who helped out today. i want to express my gratitude to the san fran
miserable hours in the florida everglades. they spent the night in the air board after it was stuck in a cypress tree. the father says everything was great until it wasn't. >> took a wrong turn. had a great fishing trip. the boys had fun. wife was having fun. came to the end to the one canal and took a right and couldn't get the boat turned around. >> a state official says it was a good thing he was used to the outdoors. he built his family shelter on the boat to protect them from the rain. >>> and then increasing signs that the country may be making good on its threats against the u.s. and south korea. and north korea is warning it won't protect foreign diplomats if war breaks out. and jim clancy is watching what is unfolding. jim, what is the reaction in south korea to north korea? >> here in south korea people are used to this kind of high stakes rhetoric. it happens every year when the u.s. south korean have joint military practices here, and north korea does not like that much. and one of the only ways that we learn information like this is from people who visit, and there are
me in. i mean, i couldn't move. >> reporter: earlier this year in florida a sinkhole swallowed a man in his bedroom. this is new video showing the damage. since then we've heard similar horror stories. a golfer barely survives when the course opened up beneath him in illinois. more than 300 people in louisiana evacuated after the earth crumbled there. so are there more sinkholes or just more headlines about them? >> it may be that you're having a rash of sinkholes in florida in particular as a result of the drought that's been going on. >> reporter: the state's unique limestone bedrock is prone to collapse due to a shift in deep underground rivers. either too much rainfall can help dissolve more of the limestone and create some of the pockets that allow for sinkholes, but too little rainfall depreciouses causing sinkholes as well. >> reporter: while sinkhole insurance doesn't exist in most states, in florida sinkhole related claims more than doubled from 2006 to 2009. it is now the only state that requires catastrophic ground collapse coverage. >> we're coming off of a dry winter. an
successful 120 senate campaign. the group mayors against gun violence targeted florida senator marco rubio. it slams rubio saying his presidential ambitions make florida less safe. >>> and joe barton citing the old testament about man made global warming and said bp was the victim of the shakedown after the gulf oil spill. >> if you're a believer in the bible, one would have to say the great flood is an example of climate change that. certainly wasn't because mankind overdeveloped hydrocarbon energy. >> that's your morning dish of politics. >>> ice and high winds took aim at the central u.s. on wednesday. a suspected tornado tore through central arkansas, destroying a church, flipping trucks. four people injured there. in minnesota, heavy rain is causing rivers and streams to swell. several tornados and power outages caused them to declare a state of mental. and snow caught drivers off guard with 200 wrecks in the lubbock area. >> you know, it's this cold front. ahead of it it is so warm. temperatures just tumbled with some snow reported. 41 in dallas. you can see the warm air trying to ha
's a question of if. i think it's just when. i know a lot of my friends in florida are much closer to this issue. i think things have been opening up. i think one of the things that you see is the second and third generation of cuban americans have a very different perspective and opinion of what cuba's all about now and in the future. by the way, i think a lot of our businesses when they get there, they'll billion late because, you know, the europeans have already been in there, making investments and building and doing things m i want to go back to something antonio said because i think it's important. we have to engage latin america much, much more than we ever have before. the world has changed. and yes, there is some history in latin america. by the way, when i'm in latin america, i tell them that they've got to change too. they've got to become more competitive. a lot of those folks that also harbor ill-will to the united states harbor a lot of ill-will to their governments and things that have been done to them as welcome. a country like mexico is critically important. we share a border w
where kids and schools can be successful. >> an admitted harsh grader, she gave no as. florida, had a b. >> florida, you know, 10 to 15 years ago was in the bottom third. >> it was not doing well at all. >> and the changes started with governor bush, put in place some very aggressive education reform like letter grading of all the schools saying we will tell the public, is your school a, or d or f? >> florida bought into the obama administration's demand for new rigorous teacher evaluations. an idea that has failed to catch on in california. >> it's not just staying still and maintaining -- it's trying move the state backwards. and that is something that should frustrate every taxpayer, every mother, every grandparent in the state to say, why aren't we putting our kids first? >> and that is powered by the unions, you think? >> absolutely. and it's exactly the opposite of what the obama administration is pushing and the opposite of what 38 other states are doing. >> it's that kind of comments that has earned rhee the ire of educators and unions and politicians. are they afraid to associa
for the florida panhandle and southwestern georgia where heavy rains are already soaking cities like new orleans and pensacola. back here in fargo, this is not just a winter storm. it is also an added threat for what could be major spring flooding as early as next week. volunteers have made 1 million sandbags here hoping to hold back the water of the red river but they're also holding their breath hoping winter will finally say good-bye. >> janel klein in snowy fargo tonight, thanks. >>> in washington state, bad weather today forced rescuers to suspend their search for a snowshoer who became trapped in an avalanche. it happened in the cascade mountains yesterday. the avalanche carried three snowshoers down some 1,200 feet at speeds that reached more than 50 miles an hour. two of them were rescued in a second avalanche a snowshoer died from injuries she suffered. >>> more fallout today from the shot heard around the golf world this weekend. that controversial play by tiger woods at the masters tournament in augusta, georgia. nbc's kerry sanders has the latest tonight from augusta. kerry? >> repor
of versailles in france - in a town in florida. the mansion boasts 90,000 square feet, a roller rink and least 20 bathrooms. filmmaker laruen greenfield joins us now via skype. good morning to you, and congratulations on your documentary. - thank you. - what inspired you, and what did you learn by making this film? - it was an amazing journey. i am a photographer, and i had been working on a project about wealth for a number of years, and i met jackie when i was photographing donatella versace, and she told me about them building the biggest house in america. it begins with this couple, jackie and david siegel, building a 90,000-square-foot palace inspired by the palace of versailles in orlando, florida. and david is also building the tallest timeshare ever built. he is the king of timeshare, owns the largest privately-owned timeshare company in the world, and builds a building that is over $600 million, the most expensive timeshare ever built. this building, after the financial crisis, turns out to be the overreach that threatens their whole empire, and his whole personal fortune, and when he
the homeowners association of the subdivision in florida where their son was killed. the amount of the claim is confidential but believed to be more than $1 million of martin, as you will call was killed by george zimmerman in february of last year. >> continuing coverage on that brazen shooting in oakland hills now a homicide investigation as we reported yesterday the off-duty paramedic shot while at a stop sign died from his injuries. on 2 tonight patti lee spoke with the victim's father. >>>reporter: 34 -year-old boyer was preparing for a new phase of his life last year he married a fellow paramedic unit school, last week he was accepted into stanford's program for physician assistant but on tuesday boyer were shot in the head, here at the intersection of keller enhancing near the oakland hills. witnesses told police a man got out of a brown car opened fire causing boyer to crash his car down the embankment. he died yesterday in the hospital. >> they took my son from the. and -- my son from being and the boat up is crazy creating a devastating loss
. >> both proposals are likely to be defeated. >>> a florida police gun intrukter fired after stirring up new trouble in the trayvon martin case. he planned to use target ts like these for a no-shoot training aide. the photos show a face less person in a hoodie carrying skitdles. >>> new details in a story of a 15-year-old girl who committed suicide after she was sexually assaulted while drunk. her family is planning to file charges. >>> and the loser in venezuela's residential race is demanding a recount. he had lost to a hand-picked candidate. the final count gave the election to the winner by about 300,000 votes. both sides con plained of voter frauds in the hours after the polls closed. >>> new fears that the bird flu will rise outside of china. the first case reported in beijing over the weekend. as the flu moves across the country. four international flu expects will arrive in china over the next few days to pinpoint the source of the flu and how it's been transmitted. >>> a notorious french gangster son the loose this morning. he pulled a prison escape straight out of a hollywood m
to undergo a mental evaluation. >> in a florida courtroom, second-degree murder suspect george zimmerman has waived his right to a pretrial immunity during. he could have tried to gain immunity under florida's stand your ground laws. he's accused in the death of florida teenager trayvon martin. sea-doo in court today for another pretrial hearing. the trial is set to begin on june 10. >> testimony expected to begin today in a wrongful death lawsuit filed by michael jackson's mother. lawyers for katherine jackson and concert promoter aeg live painted different portraits of the king of pop during opening statements. she claimed the company failed to properly investigate dr. conrad murray. the defense lawyer says the blame in the death allies with jackson. >> the question is what it was michael jackson's life worth it? he died at 50 years of age. he was the son of a wonderful woman and father of three beautiful children. his life was worth quite a bit. he was the best known celebrity on the planet. >> a star-studded lineup of witnesses are expected to testify from sharon osborn to jackson's ex-w
martin spoke with the few surviving raiders at a celebration for them in florida. >> reporter: it's easy to spot doolittle's raiders. they're the guys in white hats. take a good look at edward saylor, david thatcher, and richard cole. this is the last time you'll see them together. why did you guys decide to stop doing public reunions? >> if you didn't decide to wind it down, you might end up having to plan a reunion and so forth and end up with no people. >> reporter: they're all in their 90s now but in the darkest days of world war ii, they were daring young man that launched the first american attack on tokyo, flying b-25 bombers that were never meant to take off from an aircraft carrier. it's been 71 years. >> we thought they would forget by now. >> not a chance. the line for autographs at this museum in ft. walton beach, florida, was over an hour long. paul and danna flemming, of maryland, took their children out of school to see them. >> drove straight through 16 hours straight to get here for today. >> reporter: to see the doolittle -- >> we drove all night. >> reporter: phyllis g
control. florida's republican senator marco rubio managed a world wind media blitz appearing on seven programs. nbc's tracie potts has more now from washington. good morning, tracie. >> reporter: hi, betty. good morning, everyone. he's talked about both of those issues. both could end up facing a big challenge and uphill battle in the republican controlled house. for now we're waiting to see if it gets past the senate. the gang of eight is expected to unveil their immigration bill tomorrow. senator marco rubio was on a record seven talk shows this weekend pitching it. >> it's a way to address the millions of people that are here undocumented in a passionate way but a responsible way. >> reporter: this bill is by no means a done deal. >> this will increase the legal flow of low wages. >> reporter: deal with the border first. >> look, if those things are done right now, we'll deal with the 11 million once they're done. >> reporter: on gun control, the deal worked out by republican joe manchion and toomey will talk about internet sales and gun shows. >> we're working it and discussing wi
is working to make florida the first southern state to legalize the drug for medical use. phil? >> proponents feel the tide makes this no longer just a pipe dream but imminent reality, especially as state after state steps behind it. >> attorney john morgan now leads the florida effort. his father secretly smokes pot to ease the pain of emphysema in his dying months. >> number one, we know medical marijuana works. doctors will tell us that. number two we know people's views are changing. they're thinking true -- through it. number three, the people of florida are compassionate and will do the right thing. >> the only florida poll so far shows 70% of floridians support medicinal marijuana. the highest it's ever been, and higher than the 60% needed for a constitutional amendment to succeed. this year, around the country, 25 states have 45 pro-pot bills, from full legislation to decribble criminalization to medicinal marijuana to industrial. he. florida's current medicinal bill in tallahassee not expected to pass the republican majority, showing pot is still unacceptable to many. >> i believe it
about whether they should have heard the case, in which case the florida court would have ruled we would have had a recount and al gore would have been president. that's fascinate: she goes on to say: >> cenk: so that's interesting. so chris as you look at that, i'm bringing the panel back lauren brown jarvis, brian ugne, unger. >> given the great pains that supreme court justices take to seem above the fray on political issues, there are so many cases they toss sider aside and don't even hear at all it was a little surprising that they decided to take part especially when it was such a close decision. 5-4, we saw chief justice roberts not feeling comfortable 5-4 decisions in the past couple of years and so you see sandra day o'connor coming away from this several years later saying this is probably too political for us. and as you mentioned it does not get any more political than that. it was a surprise in 2000 that they took the case and it's still a surprise still. >> cenk: i want people to understand i said al gore would have been president. if you recounted just the four counties,
. >> so far we have learned cnn confirming that the two abducted boys from florida are now in havana. police say 2-year-old chase hakken and cole were kidnapped. we will bring in patrick who saw one of the boys on a boat in havana. >> reporter: and this is probably the largest tourist marina in havana. it is where boats come in to check in with immigration authorities and check in with customs. it is full of americans despite the embargo. there are plenty of boats. as we are driving through the large marina today we saw a number och votes that we saw could have been the hakken boat. the last slip in the marina the bo boat "salty" was there. we saw boys playing on the deck. some cuban security came out, some of them with arms on their hips said you need to stop filming immediately. and then we saw a man come out and i said are you josh and he said yes. i said i am a reporter. he said i don't want to talk to you. we said is this man under arrest. they said no. they let us approach the boat. and there on the boat was one of the boys. there was josh hakken and his wife. they didn't want
the florida peninsula. we're talking about severe thunderstorms, gusty winds and hail and even the risk of tornadoes. now most of the florida peninsula will get improved. however the southern tip will remain quite unsettled into your friday. now the storm is expected to move along the eastern seaboard while producing heavy rain and snow showers for the appalachians. out toward the west a new system is drifting over the north western part of u.s. as well as the western canada producing rain for the coast and heavy mountain snow. here are your highs mild across the west. 22 in los angeles and 22 in denver. the eastern seaboard will see a warm up. 16 in washington, d.c. it will go up even more as we head into next week. that could enhance the blooming of cherry blossoms in d.c. wet, chilly. to the north very chilly as we have been reporting. i want to show video out of germany. temperatures remain in near freezing in much of germany. they have been turning around. they are waiting for better weather. this march was the coldest in 130 years. for a very long time north eastern germany has be
this morning, two boys abducted by sailboat and taken to cuba returned a short time ago, now in florida. >>> a sick fantasy turned to brutal reality. new information on the suspect in a mass stabbing attack at a texas college. >>> and the united states and the world waiting, with north korea expected to launch a ballistic missile. >>> do we have a breakthrough on background checks, folks? we're just hours away from a bipartisan senate announcement on gun control in america. good morning to you. thanks for being with us this morning. welcome to "early start." i'm zoraida sambolin. >> and i'm john berman. empanada day. >> he's already had five. >> could be a rough one. >>> news overnight. the end of a kidnapping drama that turned into a man hunt and ended under the shadow of the cold war. the parents accused of an ducting their two young sons and sailing off to cuba are back on u.s. soil and placed under arrest. it was cuba that turned the hakken family over. florida authorities sent a plane to havana to bring them back to tampa overnight. victor blackwell is live in tampa this morning. g
news. >>> carradine from florida state, the raider stick to another florida state. stanford tied in zack of the first bay area student going through the philadelphia. the al american a of controversy after the incident of who he said had a relationship with a woman had died and later found out who she did not exist. >>> well, in this case it is a lot more than just a pretty penny how one long forgotten nickel ended up being worth 60 million time of its original value. >>> meteorologist will let us know some of us will be feeling the heat in the the middle of the day. also, you can watch the weather live on your computer, get the app or go to ktvu.com. >>> new electrical distribution center, reroute electricity across the area in minutes during a natural disaster. others will be rebuilt in build. >>> our meteorologist mark is here and all afternoon he's been answering what does the weekend looks like for us in the news room, he's telling us tonight. >> basically for both saturday and sunday, temperatures will be warming back up. but, by sunday the warmest location can be inch clos
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insifd a massive sink hole that swallowed and killed a florida man. what the victim's brother says about rescue efforts. >> ultrahd television latest and greatest television. testing out huge tvs and tell >>> we haven't unlocked the mifltry of three pounds of matter that sits between our ears. >> unlocking brain mysteries. the president wants to invest $100 million to map the human brain hoping to find cures for diseases like alzheimer's and ep lepsy. scientists applauded to the proposal. >> abc 7 news reporter mark matthews is here with more on the plan. mark? >> it's not just doctors and researchers. i met a guy today in noe valley who puts this into perspective. let's start with the president. >> the president joked with reporters about the need for mapping the brain. >> my life would be simpler here. it would be... explaining all kinds of things that go on in washington. >> usc understands the challenge. >> to understand how the brain is connected so we can better understand certain diseases like autism and even cancer. >> dr. mitch berger says mapping could have a huge impact. >> pr
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